Mumbai: Indian Share Market In continuation of continuous decline on Thursday for the sixth consecutive day on Thursday. However, the movement of volatility continued throughout the session, and finally the Sensex closed nearly 16.67 points lower than the previous session, closing at 37,830.98 and the Nifty also slipped 19.15 points to 11,252.15. There was a huge fluctuation in the stock market on the expiry of the derivatives contracts of the July series.
The Sensex, based on the 30-share index of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), however, strengthened initially at 37,935.02 and rose to 38,169.87, but at the end of the session, the Sensex slipped 16.67 points, i.e. 0.04 percent, to close at 37,830.98 The lowest level of the Sensex at 37,775.51 in the daytime business. In the previous session, the Sensex closed at 37,847.65. Out of the 30 Sensex stocks, 16 stocks gained while 14 stocks declined.
The Sensex's fastest stocks include VEDL (3.82 per cent), Sun Pharma (2.69 per cent), IndusInd Bank (2.26 per cent), Axis Bank (1.72 per cent) and TCS (1.51 per cent). Among the Sensex's most declining stocks, Tata Motors (4.56 per cent), Bajaj Finance (3.95 per cent), Reliance (2.11 per cent), Yes Bank (1.68 per cent) and NTPC (1.37 per cent) were included. On the National Stock Exchange (NSE), the Sensex-based Nifty also rose sharply to 11,290.40 and rose to 11,361.40 but the session closed at 19.15, or 0.17 percent, at 11,252.15. During the day's trading, the lower level of the Nifty was 11,239.35, whereas in the previous session, the Nifty closed at 11,271.30.
The BSE mid-cap index was up 73.12 points, or 0.53 percent, to close at 13,782.89 points, while the smallcap index slipped 12.22 points, or 0.09 percent, to 13,031.35 points. Eight of the BSE's 19 sector indices rose in eight and there were decline in 11 sectors. Among the fastest growing sectors, healthcare (1.61 per cent), IT (0.77 per cent), Tech (0.75 per cent), Bank (0.34 per cent) and Consumer durables (0.34 per cent) were included. In the worst-hit sectors, energy (1.91 per cent), oil and gas (1.28 per cent), metals (0.83 per cent), industrial (0.60 per cent) and capital goods (0.49 per cent) were included. A total of 2,809 shares were traded on the BSE, out of which 1,167 shares rose, while 1,450 shares declined. No changes were made in the 192 shares at the end of the business.